ניה עם ציפורה
מה זה ניה? שיטת אימון גופני המשלבת מחול, אומנויות הלחימה וריפוי גוף נפש.
מוזיקה שופעת סיגנונות חוויה לגוף ולנפש, חיזוק ועיצוב הגוף, הוצאת אנרגיה- שחרור מתחים, קבלת אנרגיה, ריפוי והנאה.
Step into a total mind, body spirit celebration, and discover yourself in a new way!
Nia is a sensory-based movement practice that draws from the martial arts (Tae Kwon Do/Aikido/Tai Chi), dance arts (jazz/modern/Duncan dance) and healing arts (yoga/Alexander Technique/Feldenkrais). Nia empowers people of all shapes and sizes by connecting the body, mind, emotions, and spirit. It is taught barefoot to soul-stirring world music (pop, electronica, jazz, Latin, New Age, Indian and hip hop). Nia’s 7 cycle class includes a warm-up, sustained non-impact aerobic conditioning, strength training, cool down, and stretching. Every class employs a unique combination of 52 moves that correspond with the main areas of the body: the base, the core, and the upper extremities. Beginners and highly fit athletes alike can adapt Nia to meet their needs by choosing from three intensity levels and all movements can be adapted to individual needs and abilities. The highly diverse practice cultivates strength, flexibility, and coordination as well as mental clarity and emotional balance. No previous dance experience required!
Tzipporah is a certified Nia dance and yoga instructor. Has been teaching for more than 8 years. She fell in love at first dance with Nia about 10 years ago and Nia has been a faithful companion and vital source of joy ever since. She believes creative movement has the power to enhance our lives with health, healing, energy and vitality and guide our path to freedom. Off the dance floor, Tzipporah also works as writer, translator and resource development professional for The Dream Doctors Project- a exceptional non-profit organisation that bring medical clowns to children in hospitals across Israel.
“To dance is to live. Our greatest riches are in our soul, in our imagination…our riches here on earth are in our will, our inner life”. ~Isadore Duncan